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NHL 15-16: wife-beaters, adulterers, cokeheads, rapists, pill-poppers, AND METHODISTS


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It's just like America West when the Coyotes played there. Seats in one end of the upper deck couldn't even see one of the goals so at that point you're only going to the games for the....ambiance?

For the atmosphere and experience. At least Barclays Center has a big HD video board that people can watch the game on, something America West didn't have. Plus I think they're charging a lot less for those seats.

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I'm not sure if I believe it or not, but I've heard through the grapevine that an Islander employee who wasn't happy with the move was told to hang in there for three years because they might be moving back to Nassau after that. I don't know if this meant full time or for the 6-8 games a year they were planning to play at the renovated Coliseum. Or if it's just BS. If they succeed at drawing fans in Brooklyn, I have a hard time seeing them move back.

It will all come down to whether or not if I move to the city and sell my car. If I do, the Isles will move and I will be screwed.

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Is this still the NHL thread for '15/'16?

3 on 3 OT has been fun, it's even more fun when they mandate it no matter what the score is for experimentation.

Is it 3 on 3 OT this year ? Why not just have the 2 goalies on the ice, let them try to score, or even better: duke it out !

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What exactly makes something artisan? I see this thrown around foods and I'm curious about the artisan rage

It costs twice as much as you think it should, and it's sold in a neighborhood where the rent costs twice as much as you think it should.

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Looks like crap but at least stockbrokers and trust fund babies can finally enjoy artisan nachos or something.

Late reply -- you should have said artisan poutine to be more authentic.

Here's what artisan poutine looks like in Seattle:

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That's a disgrace to the word poutine. Where are the cheese curds??
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What exactly makes something artisan? I see this thrown around foods and I'm curious about the artisan rage

It costs twice as much as you think it should, and it's sold in a neighborhood where the rent costs twice as much as you think it should.

Don't forget, the ingredients are fair trade and only harvested by native Peruvians on the third Tuesday of the month when the full moon is out.

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